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C4C Police Jiu-Jitsu Level 1
Thursday, April 07, 2022 09:00am to Sunday, April 10, 2022 05:00pm 

Other Self-Defense (Non-Firearm Related), Southern Nevada


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Presenter:


Starts In: The event started -300 days ago
Region: Southern Nevada
Cost: $950
Affiliation(s): 
Firearms Needed: None
Estimated Round Count: None
Event by Participating Network Business Member? 
Recommended Minimum Experience Level(s): Law Enforcement/Military/Security

Prerequisites?  

No Prerequisites; Nothing Else


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A “game plan” or course curriculum comes with each level that can be used as the department’s exact defensive tactics (DT) curriculum or supplement a department’s current DT curriculum. 

C4CPJJ Level 1 includes a bonus foundation level for officers who have no experience in DT or combatives. This foundational level material is perfect for an academy setting, for officers in an FTO position, or for police departments who do not have a current control/grappling curriculum and wish to transition to this type of training. 

C4CPJJ is a complete DT system based on the LEO reasonable outcomes of control and then custody. The foundations level sets the foundation, and level one allows officers to progress over time, realizing growth in their personal ability within the DT program. As officers continue to improve and grow, they will develop increased confidence, capability, control, and compassion for subjects that they may have to use force on. It is NOT a simple BJJ lesson plan called “LEO” Training.”

Level 1 -course topics include:

  • 4 Fundamental Principles that every DT program should have 3 Fundamental Sub-Categories of Subject Control
  • Use of force
  • Decision making 
  • De-escalation
  • Contact communication
  • Punch defense
  • Control in solo officer and team settings Takedowns and takedown defense
  • Ground control and ground defense
  • Handcuffing
  • Weapon retention, weapon defense, and more. 

 

Instruction and demonstration of effective teaching strategies: 

  • Safely running combative training
  • Proven methods to plan a course or training day
  • Teaching methodology that enhances student recall and performance in the field 

 

Course Completion: 

Officers who successfully attend and complete the course will receive credit at the appropriate level. Students with extensive training, coaching, and LEO experience can be graded out higher by PJJ Instructors at a Level One course upon completion. Completing Level 2 or higher will authorize students to attend advanced C4CPJJ coursework (Level 3-5) in the future. Students are encouraged to use the curriculum from the training within their department and share and teach the same to other officers. Graduates are not certified to teach or represent C4CPJJ outside of department duties without invitation and written authorization from Chad Lyman.

 

Student Equipment

Appropriate attire for physical training (sturdy shirt/hoodie and BDU style pants)- Clean tennis shoes for multi-purpose mats or other surfaces-Wrestling shoes for sterile mat areas or barefoot
Applicable duty-gear (LE, military, security, EP, etc.) to include gun belt if worn on duty-Low vis/plainclothes including concealment garments if plainclothes in duties
Blue Gun or Red Gun (if available for duty holster)
Handcuffs, handcuff key and handcuff carrier/pouch
BJJ Gi and rash guard/board shorts/no-gi gear optional-lunch time training
12 oz Boxing gloves and/or MMA style gloves- no bag gloves
Mouthpiece
Note-taking materials
Water/Snacks
Officers should not have any live weapons or ammo- They can have training gear including training guns and knives


Dining

Students should bring lunch and suitable snacks for that day of training.

 

 

REGISTRATION and/or MORE INFO: Click Here for Registration and/or More Information

EVENT CONTACT INFORMATION:
 
PFC - 702-647-1126 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


EVENT LOCATION & MAP

Location : PFC HQ 
2960 E. Sunset Road
Las Vegas , Southern Nevada 89120
United States

Event Listing Added By: Chris Fry


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